Originally Posted by InsaneDino
I will try my best to get a picture from the side and the surface of the teeth today when I go to the barn!
It'll be good practice to get her used to me messing with her mouth, as well. C:
I see why you would think she would be 20+, but she doesn't act like it at all. She has no soreness, joint issues, etc. and has the energy of a four year old. Maybe it's just her breed characteristics, but I sure hope she's not that old. I JUST STARTED TRAINING HER. D':
Oh, and I'm pretty sure that they wouldn't have lied to me about her age to sell her. I have record of her previous two homes, and both thought she was about twelve. I'm sure they had some reason to guess that age... but maybe they're wrong. Oh gosh, I'm excited and nervous to post the pictures later. I sure hope she's at least under 15. /crosses fingers
When I was 12 my mom bought 2 horses, they were sold as 15/16 but a few weeks later when the vet came out it was confirmed that they were both 25-28. Both were full of energy and you would never guess their age. The mare, Tiffany had to be put down 8 years ago due to a suspected abdominal tumor, We still have the gelding, Blue who is about 42 now, aside from a leg injury last October he is perfectly sound(the leg that was injured he has a little hitch in). Anyway, the point of the post is not all 20 year old's act their age